Stokes Hill

Natural Attractions

Stokes Hill was named after the commander of HMS Beagle John Lort Stokes, who visited and named Darwin after his friend Charles Darwin in 1839.
Larrakia were the first people to live in this area and know ‘Stokes Hill’ to have within it a Larrakia spiritual ancestor. This ancestor is known as “Chinute Chinute’ and manifest itself from time to time as the Tawny Frog-mouthed Owl.

Facilities

Disabled Assistance

Disabled access available

Rates

Free Entry

Nearby Things to Do

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Traveller's Walk Kitchener Drive Darwin

Travellers Walk

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Reel Screamin Barra Fishing, One Day Barra Fishing Safari

Reel Screamin Barra Fishing

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Elevated Boutique

Elevated Boutique

Parap, Darwin

Oil tank wall with graffiti artwork to internal face of new concrete stabilising wall. Cracks in the wall have been repaired and can be seen in the image.

Remnant No 6 Oil Tank Wall

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Stokes Hill Darwin City

Stokes Hill

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Frog Hollow – mature trees on the site. The landscape is well maintained

Frog Hollow

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